What we offer?
- Tribal Culture tours
- Wild life tours
- Adventure tours
- Reptile expeditions in India’s rainforest
- Bio diversity study tour
- Bird watching tours
- Wildlife photography tours
- Wildlife / Tribal conservation workshops for kids
- Survival / Young naturalist workshops for kids
- Customize tour packages
Who we are?
we are the team, extreme adventure lover just like you. Each one of us is specialized in different tours, whether its Tribal tour, We have local tribal guide who can take you to tribal community to arrange your stay and communication with tribe. when it comes to reptile expedition our specialize herpetologist member will take you deep into dense rainforest and give you tremendous knowledge about snakes and amphibian.
Our Ornithology member will show you amazing birdlife of India. And our trek experts will help you to climb toughest treks of Himalayan foothills. your safety throughout tour is our priority, making your tours most fruitful and full of excitement is our ultimate Goal. We will show you the hidden and unexplored world.
India is not all about Palaces, Kings, Taj Mahal, Curry and Spices. Leave home to climb mountains and trek through rainforests, to dance with Headhunters, Photograph endemic wildlife or explore ancient architecture.
Did You Know ?
North-East India is the least explored part of the country. Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland regions are so called hidden part of the world, and there is a good reason for that. These regions are rarely visited by foreigners, be they tourists, photographers or anthropologists. Most people across the world have no idea that such places even exist. Tribal India is completely unknown, and even Indians themselves have no knowledge that there are tribes with ancient culture, living next to them.
What We Believe In ?
Ecotourism is tourism which is planned and carried out in a manner which protects natural and human resources, promotes conservation by producing economic benefits, protects habitat, and generally provides a basis for the protection of biodiversity. Ecotourism, particularly nature-based tourism, is one of the fastest growing segments of tourism; visitors marvel at some of the most sensitive and protected areas in the world. And it can have both positive and negative impacts on remaining natural areas. As part of this market, herpetological tourism has grown more than 400% over the past 5 years alone. The SSAR is concerned that ecotourism be planned and carried out in a sustainable and responsible fashion. Herpetological tours, whether for scientific research or simply photography and observation, should follow sound conservation practices under the auspices of the regulations of the host governments.